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Doc. 109.--Message of Governor Hicks. Baltimore, April 27, 1861. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives:--The extraordinary condition of affairs in Maryland has induced me to
onsequences are known to you. On Friday last a detachment of troops from Massachusetts reached Baltimore, and was attacked by an irresponsible mob, and several persons on both sides were killed.
The with the utmost promptness and bravery.. But they were powerless to restrain the mob. Being in Baltimore at the time, I cooperated with the Mayor to the fullest extent of my power in his efforts.
Th more county.
On being informed of this, the War Department ordered them back.
Before leaving Baltimore, Colonel Huger, who was in command of the United States arsenal at Pikesville, informed me tha affairs, and anxious to avoid a repetition of events similar to those which had transpired in Baltimore, I deemed it my duty to make another appeal at Washington.
Accordingly I sent a special messe